Nova Scotia Parking Ban questions?

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by Kirk, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. Kirk

    Kirk Senior Member

    From the Escapees forum:

    quote:Andrew Cornwall Posted August 15, 2005 05:48 AM
    August 15, 2005

    Hello Escapees and Others:

    A month ago I posted a message to this group up-dating you
    with regard to my on-line survey on the effect on RV tourism of
    the overnight parking ban in Nova Scotia. In about a week I will
    have to close down the survey so I can start compiling the data. In
    mid-July there were about 75 responses to the survey and now
    there are about 230. Again, a heart-felt 'Thank You' to those who
    completed the survey! If you have not yet taken the survey will
    you please do so. Your response to the survey is important
    whether you approve, disapprove, or don't care about the practice
    of parking overnight at Wal-Mart and other mall parking lots,
    truck stops, etc., and whether or not you may ever travel to Nova
    Scotia. The more responses there are the better I will be able to
    describe the viewpoints of RVers about this issue.

    Information from the survey will be a significant part of a
    volunteer (I am not being paid) study I am doing for submission to
    the Nova Scotia Government about the economic effects of the
    province-wide ban on RVers staying overnight everywhere except
    in licensed private and public campgrounds. The results of the
    study should be of interest to other communities considering (or
    already having) legislation restricting where RVers may stay
    overnight, and to RVers generally. My intention is to make the
    results of the study generally available.

    The survey takes only a few minutes to complete and is
    anonymous. Linked to the survey is information about Nova
    Scotia's RV overnight parking ban, the purpose of the study, and
    RV parking lot etiquette.

    You can access the survey through my website:

    Thank you for your help.

    --- Andy

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